Cardinals Rally Late to End Seahawks' 14-Game Winning Streak in Seattle

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Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistDecember 22, 2013

The Arizona Cardinals went into Seattle and did something that hadn't been done in nearly two years. They beat the Seahawks at home.

It was a tight game for all four quarters, but Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer led his team on a clutch 80-yard drive with seven minutes left. 

On 3rd-and-6 from the Seattle 31-yard line with just over two minutes left, Palmer hit receiver Michael Floyd in the end zone for the go-ahead touchdown.

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Floyd's great catch came at a clutch time, and the Cardinals made the two-point conversion to take a 17-10 lead.

On the Seahawks' ensuing drive, quarterback Russell Wilson was picked off by the Cardinals' Karlos Dansby on a crazy play to wrap up the game.

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Take a closer look at what happened:

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Arizona players were seen eating Skittles, which Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch is known to enjoy, on the sideline:

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